Ever since she first graced our screens in the 2008 smash hit Slumdog Millionaire, Freida Pinto has been stealing our hearts with her flawless red carpet style. And now she's capturing our attention by showing us just how to work a red lip and no-fuss glamour. We might not all have the incredibly flawless complexion, but [...]Show More Summary
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Irrfan is no stranger to Hollywood. The Indian actor, who uses only his first name, has played roles in acclaimed films such as "Life of Pi", "Slumdog Millionaire" and "A Mighty Heart".
Stepping out to celebrate a new French film, Freida Pinto attended the premiere of "Jeune et Jolie" at the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival on Thursday (May 16). The "Slumdog Millionaire" star sparkeld in a sleeveless silvery gown with...Show More Summary
You know who is smoking hot? SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE star Freida Pinto. This woman is gorgeous! You know what makes her even hotter? A sex scene in the Godly flick IMMORTALS! That's right folks. Freida Pinto. Sex scene. Today's Horror Whores! In the clip below we've got Pinto getting all sexy and ready for Henry Cavill. Show More Summary
In a 20-minute conversation with WNYC’s Soundcheck host John Schaefer, Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle talks about the roots of music in his films, like Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire, and new one Trance. Known for using pre-existing songs, Boyle doesn’t use a music supervisor and selects tracks himself. Show More Summary
In an extended Q&A from Wired's April issue, director Danny Boyle talks about his new movie Trance and how his Slumdog Millionaire Oscars let him do the Olympics his way.
British producer Clerkenwell Films has inked a deal with the Oscar-winning writer of "Slumdog Millionaire" to bring the Bernard Samson character to the small screen. read more
Where some of Boyle's kinetic, hyper-stylized music video camera approach in Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours felt a little out of place, it is perfect in Trance: a techno heist film. I'd almost call it a cyberpunk movie, as it feels plugged into some technological grid.
After Slumdog Millionaire won Best Picture in 2008, director Danny Boyle was able to tell the wild true story of hiker Aron Ralston in 127 Hours. Three years later he's back with a new movie, and in keeping with Boyle's career thus far, it's not quite like anything he's done before. Show More Summary
The Oscar-winning director of Slumdog Millionaire salutes the virtuosos who roused his creative energies for Trainspotting, the London Olympics’ Opening Ceremony and his new movie, Trance. Danny Boyle is a passionate man. You can feel...Show More Summary
Since Danny Boyle last talked to The A.V. Club in 2008, he’s won a Best Director Oscar for Slumdog Millionaire, been nominated for Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay for 127 Hours, and directed the massive spectacle of the Summer Olympics’ opening ceremony in London. Show More Summary
Arriving in a limited release this weekend, Fox Searchlight's Trance brings to the screen a mind-bending thriller from the man behind films like 28 Days Later, Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours. What begins as pulse-pounding heist tale...Show More Summary
Clock To Start Ticking For Indian ’24? Slumdog Millionaire star Anil Kapoor is getting to work on the Indian version of the TV series 24. The actor, who was featured in the final season of Fox/20th TV’s real-time drama, will produce via his Anil Kapoor Film Co. Show More Summary
'Smoking hot' Rosario Dawson can't stop art heist becoming tangled in its own twists and turns First Reaction LAST UPDATED AT 15:35 ON Thu 21 Mar 2013 AFTER winning an Oscar for Slumdog Millionaire and the nation's gratitude for his eye-popping London Olympics opening ceremony, it seemed that Danny Boyle could do no wrong. Show More Summary
The red band trailer for Trance showed off some pretty gruesome shots and elements of the new psychological thriller from Slumdog Millionaire and Trainspotting director Danny Boyle. Now a new green band trailer is a bit more tame, but...Show More Summary
Danny Boyle is a big Clash fan. The Slumdog Millionaire director came to New York Tuesday night to talk about the way he uses music in his films — including his latest, Trance — and, in the process, revealed his love of the late, lamented British punk band. During his conversation with Rolling Stone film writer [...]
Will we be remixing and re-editing film classics ourselves in the future? The Slumdog Millionaire director thinks there's a distinct possibility. Danny Boyle, the Oscar-winning Brit whose last triumph was building Industrial Revolution-era chimneys inside a 21st-century sports stadium, popped up at SXSW this weekend. Show More Summary
AUSTIN - Danny Boyle is an Oscar-winning director behind films as diverse as Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours. As New York Times columnist David Carr put it, "just when you think you have [Boyle] pegged, he comes up with...Show More Summary
India’s tallest buildings, the missile-shaped Imperial Towers, rise up through the smoggy haze of the nation’s financial capital, Mumbai, like a shimmering vision of Oz. The most dramatic view of the towers comes from gazing at themShow More Summary
With the Oscars coming up this weekend, some of our favorite celebrities stepped out last night (February 19) for the Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood party in Los Angeles. “Slumdog Millionaire” pair Dev Patel and Freida Pinto showed up...Show More Summary